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"It is so. The Count Claudio shall marry the daughter of Leonato. " (2.2. 1-2).
"Yea, my lord, but I can cross it" (2.2.3).
"Show me briefly how" (2.2.10).
"I can, at any unseasonable instant of the night, appoint her to look out at her lady’s chamber window" (2.2.14-16).
At the party, Don John and Borachio are having a conversation outside. Claudio and Hero are supposed to get married, but Don John doesn't want that to happen. Borachio promises that he can ruin the marriage.
Don John wants to know how Borachio will actually ruin the couple's marriage. His plan is to have his lover, Margaret, stand on the balcony one night with him and pretend to be cheating on Hero so that Claudio will realize what an awful person she is and not marry to her.
The audience is assuming that the two men daydream of what Borachio's plan will look like. To them it seems like the perfect plan to carry out in order to ruin the marriage.
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